force

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a: Force ~
b: a shove

What:

"Force is like giving the object a shove, it adds motion in a direction. But since it is added, the object will go faster and faster as long as Force is applied."


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Writer: Not Stated
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Date: Sep 10 2015 7:10 PM



a: Force ~
b: a push or pull on an object

What:

"Force is like a push or pull on an object in a certain direction. It is the physical entity that causes an object to accelerate. Units for the magnitude of force include dynes, newtons (symbol N), and pounds (lbs). "


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Writer: Not Stated
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Date: Sep 10 2015 7:13 PM



a: Force ~
b: pushing or attraction

What:

"A way of defining the concept of force is like pushing or attraction; pushing a piece of wood on a table surface, there is a force on the workpiece; However, the formulation of Newton has the advantage of offering a more precise definition of the concept of force. The first law of inertia says that a mobile tends to keep moving at a constant speed while any external force acting on it."


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Writer: Not Stated
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Date: Sep 10 2015 7:16 PM



a: The Force Awakens ~
b: one big homage

What:

"Star Wars: The Force Awakens is like one big homage to the original Star Wars. Or is it a remake?"


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Writer: Not Stated
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Date: Jul 23 2017 2:01 PM



a: The Force Awakens ~
b: second bar mitzvah

What:


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Writer: Steven Spielberg
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Date: Jul 23 2017 2:02 PM



a: The Force Awakens ~
b: cover for a song

What:

" In many ways, The Force Awakens is like a cover for a song you really love. And in all fairness, that may be exactly what we need right now, ..."


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Writer: Not Stated
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Date: Jul 23 2017 2:04 PM



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